Alifu, the Prince/ss
|Alifu, the Prince/ss|
Theatrical release poster
|Mandarin||Ā lì fú|
|Directed by||Wang Yu-lin|
|Produced by||Gene Yao|
|Written by||Wang Yu-lin|
|Music by||Blaire Ko|
|Edited by||Hong Dong-ren|
Magnifique Creative Media Production
|Distributed by||Swallow Wings Films|
|Box office||NT$600,000 (Taipei)|
In one of three stories in the film, Alifu is a 25-year-old man who works at a salon in the city. However, as the only son of an aboriginal tribal chief, he is torn between realizing his dream of becoming a woman and inheriting the chief position handed down by his father.
- Utjung Tjakivalid as Alifu
- Chao Yi-lan as Li Pei-zhen
- Wu Pong-fong as Wu
- Bamboo Chen as Sherry
- Cheng Jen-shuo as Chris
- Angie Wang as Angie
- Ara Kimbo as Chief Dakanao
- Matt Fleming as Jonathan
Awards and nominations
|20th Taipei Film Awards||Best New Talent||Utjung Tjakivalid||Won|
|54th Golden Horse Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Bamboo Chen||Won|||
|Best Original Screenplay||Wang Yu-lin, Hsu Hua-chien, Hua Bai-rong,
Juliana Hsu and Chen Hui-ling
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